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This is a survey course that examines the information that should be present in requirements deliverables & reviews the typical analysis & modeling techniques used by business analysts. Learn about a variety of typical techniques such as swimlane....


 
Course Outline
To be effective, Software Testers must understand the overall practices and modeling techniques employed by Business Analysts when working with End Users to define project requirements. Definition of requirements is the most critical phase of a project, and software testers must ensure that all requirements are met in order to plan and execute a successful Acceptance Test.

This is a survey course that examines the information that should be present in requirements deliverables, and also reviews the typical analysis and modeling techniques used by business analysts. Attendees will learn about a variety of typical techniques such as swimlane diagrams, process flows, workflows, entity diagrams, and UML Use Cases and Activity Diagrams. Review and approval processes for these types of models will be presented.

As there is a direct correlation between project requirements and Acceptance Testing, the course will examine traceability, and how to approach deriving a set of acceptance tests from a set of requirements.

When this course is completed, the attendee will have an increased understanding of the requirements gathering process, the contents and models of requirements and how these translate to acceptance testing requirements.

Description: Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to define:
  • The purpose and methods of requirements gathering
  • What information is contained in a requirements deliverable
  • How to evaluate written requirements
  • Different Modeling Techniques and how to interpret the Models
  • How to provide feedback to Business Analysts
  • How to derive Acceptance Testing Requirements from Project Requirements
Topics:
  • What information is contained in a Requirements deliverable
  • How to evaluate written Requirements
  • Different Modeling Techniques and how to interpret the Models
  • How to provide feedback to Business Analysts
  • How to derive Acceptance Testing Requirements from Project Requirements
Audience:
  • Information Technology or Software Development Project Managers
  • Product Managers and Product Implementation Teams
  • Quality Assurance Staff
  • Software Testers
  • End User Project Managers
  • Business Analysts
  • Information Technology Managers & Supervisors
  • System Developers and Project Team Members
  • Consultants and Project Auditors

Prerequisites & Certificates
Pre-Requisites

None

Certificates offered

Certificate of completion


Cancellation Policy
You may cancel, at no charge, a Class enrollment at least 15 days prior to the Class start date by giving us notice. If your plans change, please cancel your enrollment as soon as possible by calling 416-927-7170. A cancellation must be done on a business day at least 15 days prior to the course start date. If canceled less than 15 days before the course, it is subject to a cancellation charge equal to the list tuition fee. If a student does not attend a Class without having canceled in accordance with these Terms, you must pay the full price for the Class.

Substitutions of enrolled students in the scheduled Classes are permitted at no charge prior to the Class start on the first day. If you are sending a substitute, please let us know to avoid no show charges.

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